paid (part of speech: verb)
stored (part of speech: verb)
- It was Fleming who deposited the money in the wrecked banks, knowing what would happen. - "The Window at the White Cat", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
- Scarce had they, therefore, alighted at the inn and deposited their saddle- bags, than they made their way to the residence of the governor. - "Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete", Washington Irving.
- Without further ado, he picked her up in his arms, and deposited her, all flushed and breathless, in the shelter of the fore saloon hatch. - "The Captain of the Kansas", Louis Tracy.